Do it yourself (Revisited)

In the post Do it yourself it is said,

“IF LIFE IS MADE TO BE RUINED, DO NOT GIVE OTHERS OR CIRCUMSTANCES A CHANCE TO, DO IT YOURSELF.”

It is not just an attitude but also a key to success in life.

‘Do it yourself’ mindset makes you feel more confident and reduces the tendency of dependency on others for the accomplishment of many important tasks.

“Start everything with Do it yourself mindset. You’ll never face failure in your life.”

Life is made to experience and explore every new thing. Keep learning new tasks, processes and activities.

Thank you!

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Dual facade

What’s right

&

What’s wrong

Who will decide?

Right for me
Right for all

Wrong for others

Right for me

Right for me

Wrong for others

Wrong for me

Wrong for all

Right or wrong

Defined by convenience

Ethics, customs & beliefs

Modified for convenience

(Many times by most of us)

Do not blame others for their decisions or mindset and do not feel bad for your’s…

It’s just a matter of perception. Do not expect from everyone to think like you.

“You can give your everything to others except your mindset and wisdom.”

Thank you.

Do it yourself

“This work is very risky.”

“Think again before start.”

“Possibility of loss.”

“Can’t do it.

“Nobody ever did this.”

“May god help you.”

How many times we face such situations in our life?

A step full of courage and a totally different life…

But we do not want to come out from the safe zone, because we have own fears & insecurities.

What if… at least I have…

If you do, there is a possibility but if you don’t do you’ll surely lose something. One day you will blame the God, people or situations for it.

“If life is made to be ruined, do not give others or circumstances a chance to, do it yourself.”

Its pleasure will be something else.

Yes, I did… This was my choice… My way…

“Once time risk is far better than lifetime repent.”

Try… Do… Build it… lose it… with the attitude:-

“I did it myself.”

“It was absolutely my choice.”

“I am responsible for…”

The sorrow of not trying is greater than losing without try.

Thank you!